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Orange County D.A. candidate calls for more scrutiny of coach in Mater Dei hazing allegations

The lawyer running to unseat Orange County’s district attorney is calling for additional investigation into allegations of hazing in Mater Dei High School’s famed football

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Data breach affects 400,000 Planned Parenthood patients in L.A.

A hacker accessed the personal information of roughly 400,000 patients of Planned Parenthood Los Angeles in October, the reproductive healthcare provider said Wednesday. Planned Parenthood

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California confirms first case of Omicron variant of COVID

The Omicron variant of the coronavirus has made its way to California. The infected individual returned home to San Francisco from South Africa on Nov.

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Column: DWP scandal a black mark on L.A. leaders

In the carnival of avarice and corruption that is Los Angeles, we are not resting on our laurels. Second stringers settle for bronze or silver;

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Elderly woman found dead in Chatsworth mobile home fire

Firefighters found a woman’s body at the scene of a mobile home fire Tuesday evening in Chatsworth, prompting a search for the home’s other occupants

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Amazon delivery driver carjacked in San Pedro, packages stolen

An Amazon delivery driver was carjacked Monday by a suspect who made off with the van and its contents, police said. The incident occurred around

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Op-Ed: Japan demands COVID tests and tracking. California, not so much. Which is right?

This long, strange season of the pandemic has made so many things impossible that it’s easy to forget the many things it’s made newly possible.

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Some California cities aim to blunt new duplex law

With California on the verge of allowing multi-unit housing in neighborhoods previously reserved for single-family homes, some cities are rushing to pass restrictions on the

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Sheriff Villanueva won’t use county’s coronavirus testing provider over alleged ties to China

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said Monday that his department will no longer use the county’s coronavirus testing provider over concerns about the company’s

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Body found in pond near La Sierra University in Riverside

Riverside police were investigating the discovery of a body near a college campus Monday. The body was discovered by a maintenance worker about 10:30 a.m.